Nerds of a Feather reports on the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) bookfair in Seattle last weekend.
A speculative fiction feature, Everything Everywhere All At Once, swept the Oscars on Sunday.
In Argentina, an immersive drama introduces participants to an eerie underground labyrinth and the woman architect who designed it.
Leigh Bardugo has signed a new contract with MacMillan that will see her producing works across the company’s imprints for many years, for many millions. (Is it appropriate to say she “pulled a Scalzi?”)
Derivative! It’s considered a negative, usually, for a writer, but James Davis Nicoll’s article looks at some of the positives. Okay, not very many, but some.
When Daredevil; Born Again premieres on Disney+ next year, we might see some new faces for familiar characters.
Two new scientific studies provide evidence that bees can learn from each other.
From December, this book-blogger provides a list of 2023 YA fantasy releases. From January, LitHub gives us a sampler of upcoming SFF books, too.
Also from LitHub, a challenging article by Ursula LeGuin’s daughter Theo Downes-LeGuin, on revising her mother’s CATWING children’s books for a modern audience. Downes-LeGuin is logical and thoughtful in her reasoning here (and it was seven words, across three books), but I’m sure this will start conversations in the world. (Thanks to File770.)
Mrs. Davis, premiering on Peacock in April, looks hilarious.
A colony of winged dinosaurs in Oregon? Hints only, at this point, but what a story prompt!
COMMENT Experiencing this book, of all books, in an audio format would indeed be interesting! I can only imagine, Olle....
I recently listened to the Libravox audiobook version of this one and completely agree with your assessment. The strange language…
I wish the media organizations publishing Best Of lists would commit to not including any works appreciably less than twenty…
It IS pretty hard to bee Fuzziman.
Hey, they had ME at Roland Fuzziman! 😂